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TIUB ARGUD, MONDAY, MARCH 181895.
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Representing among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Foehester German Ins Co..
Wei-tcbrster Pita ..
ttertnan Fin '
bet only - ..
Bosbestrr, H T
Buffalo, in T
... FeorlA. 111
.... Manche-ler N H
...Pew Haven, Com
Offlce Corner Eighteenth street
and Second Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
IXATE3 ft CLBAYXLAB9
Bo-prom ting oiw 40 Minion Dollars
of Cask assets
Tire Life, Tornado.
Bonds of Bnrrtyahlp.
orncw iw isstaf.ma.
i oar rate; thy m latafost job.
J. M. BUFORD.
The old FUuTI-MmOmpmm.
Losses PronptlT Pail
aa h asar? nitaM aoespaaycea "ov
Toar rMioaac la soUcttod.
State Savings Bank,
Molihk, III., Office Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
Pueceeds the Koliaa Savings Bank
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits
Ornnsed under state Laws.
Oprn front 9 a. m. to S p. TJa . and
Wednesday and Saiardaj Bights from
1 to s p at
Foarnn Sbjbbbb, - - Pretldcnt
llitux Dabuso, - Vice President
C F iibbbwat, . . Caahler
PoBTBarJaima, Hibab Dabliis,
B H Ainawoarn, Ceo R Bswabd,
C F Dnnt, C A Rosa,
C B Aisswobtb, w B Adams,
W W Wills.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
Bade for mat parts) ta to
pat at taa fjant by tta
Orchard State Bank
t o-bchakd, bbia.
SRtcaen Lynda. Bntm
i. 9. Bootasoa. Caeaiar Bock UUad' Battaaa
O. C. Carter, . D.
Beaty Dart's Sobs, waoaraa-e Or en.
Cwmwulaa-a 'I'd ad.
S s- J
P 8 1
Is only another name for impure
blood, for no person is weak and ner
vous whoae blood is perfectly pore.
When the blood is toll of the germs
of disease, and lacking in the red cor
puscles which give it vitality, when it
fails to properly nourish the organs
and tissues of the body, what can you
expect but that tired feeling and ner
vousness? Of course Scrofula, Salt Jtbeum,
Catarrh and Klreumatism are tuu
versallv recognized blood diseases,
for which IIoods Sarsaparilla, as the
best blood purifier, is everywhere
acknowled the greatest remedy.
Therefore, as Hood's Sarsaparilla
cures all blood diseases, it is the best
remedy for that condition of the blood
which causes Nervousness.
It is a false idea to think you are
curing your nervousness when you
are taking a preparation which only
quiet your nerves ! It is like trying to
"drown" your sorrows in the flowing
bowl. Thev are sure to return.
We wish to make most imoresuve,
then, this truism:
Yon cannot purify your blood djt
deadening or quieting your nerves
with opiate, narcotic or nerve com
pounds. If you take such articles
you are only triflino with your
troubles. There is si re to be a beao
tion which will leave you worse than
yoa were before.
Why not then, take the true course,
follow the bee-line to the state of
health, purify your blood and cure
your Nervousness by taking
a. a. oovwbxxt. a. r. oust but.
Connelly & Connelly.
Attorneys at Law.
CsBe Mcoad Soor. over htitobell ft Lndtl
Sank. Bonay to loan.
Jackson Ac Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
Oftee ia Bock Island National Bank buIMInr.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorney! and Councillors at Law
Offle. In Sanction's Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Lecal bnahMM of all kinds Bromntlv attended
o. aiaae-e aaomej of Hoc isiaad
McEntry & McEnlry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan bib if na rood ansiln; aaaa enllee-
ttona. Kafrretiee. Mitchell ft L Mia, banker.
OfAee. rNnaofaoB Blook.
E. L. Mardtoo, U. D.
Otta ore Baits A UllemeTer'1 drnj More.
Residence 1st TwentT-foanh straet. Ofllre
telephone 107. Beetdence telephooe 1M.
Offlc bonis to 11 am and t to 4 and S to 8 p m
Dr. B. O Miner,
Orer SD yean experience. Hakes narrelons
care tat Aente and Chronic diseases, RncrHaTtsn
and SBOBAbata Incladed. cc 1SCS Cecond sr.
Offlce boars t a. n. to S p. m.
Dr. Chas. H. Robertaoxi,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Onlv.
OnVoa, Wafttaker Block, Boethweet corner
Third and Brady treets. lanenporu Iowa
. a. noLLowBcaa. a. a. at. b.
Dtb. Barth &c HoUowbush,
Physicians and Sargaona.
1 toSaad t sp.a.
10 to IS a. a,
Drack & Kerns,
Architects and Superintendents.
Bona T M C A BaUdlna, cor Thiid mni
and Nineteenth 'ret.
Edward S. Hammatt,
51 Whitaker bolldlnf, - Parentort. I a.
Oeo. P. Staudunar.
Plaaa aad BWaaiiiitoaaeuia for ail clean of
Balleoaca. Boost al aad SB, Mitchell Vyad
BnikUac. Take ehwatbt.
W. A. Darling,
.Mitchell a LraoV building.
ft. M. Pearoe,
n and SI la Bitched A Linda's 1
aMMing, Tata efesatui
s oar oat ammnriM. Oar
ar Haw ta 1 rut.- aaaitod
w.ia iii faaliaiaa t. i m awe.
or asasM. ar tradlaa annua ia easaka.
aaataaor Iiiaaa. Martat iMniaaWnt-
larti.eiwaeaaaaat roaiaoilaal awaioaa. tar-
HE KILLS HIMSELF.
After Trying; to Commit a Gen
THE WILD EAGE 01 PATEICK FUGEHT
Driaks HlmMir Fall af Daviltry, Thrcat
nbs Hat WUV Belatiean, aaMI Htrjsn a
Caaatablo abater Be Trie t D Whale,
ante Bateaary, aad rail la a; Kids tha
Earth af a Bad Citisea Baaaaa Ufa Ia
Cheap ta Virglala.
Batavia, N. March 18 -Patrick H.
Nngent shot and killed oonstabla Harvey
Johnson and attempted to kill other peo
ple after which he placed the revolver to
his head and shot himself dying: In
stantly. K agent had been drinking hard for
some time, and his wife, being in deli
cate health, was removed to her parents'
home. In consequence, Kugent made re
peated threats against his wife's relatives.
John Neville, a brother of Mrs. Kugent,
went before a justice of the peace and
made a deposition charging Kugent with
drunkenness and disorderly conduct. A
warrant was placed in the hands of Con
stable W. Harvey Johnson for Kugent's
arrest. Constable Johnson, accompanied
by John Nev.lie, started for the Nugent
house. Leaving Neville behind a knoll
about 10J feet from the house, Johnson
advanced to the door, knocked and was
admitted. Then Neville heard a shot
fired, and a little later Nugent cjime into
view, carrying an ax, proceeding toward
the Neville home.
Broke lata the Hoaaa.
Neville followed and attacked Nugent
as he began to beat in the door with his
ax. Nugjnt got the best of the fight and
put his brother-in-law to flight. Then he
broke into the house, bore were the ter
rified women and children of the fumily
and two neighboring women. He began
a fusillade w.th two revolvers, shooting
Mrs. O'Connor in the neck. His wife and
children bad hidden, and, falling to find
them, Nugent pot a revolver to his bead
and sent a bullet through his brain, fall
ing lifeless upon a bed. A few moments
later his little daughter crawled from un
der the bed, picked up the revolver and
ran down to her mother, saying, 1 guess
papa Is dead. I just heard him groan."
At Nugent s home Constable Jounson
was lound dead. Mrs. O'Connor's wound
is not serious.
VERDICT OF NOT GUILTY.
T. A. Good an aa A coal tied of the M order
of Colonel rarsoas.
Cbalottesville, Va, March 18. The
jury in the trial of Conductor Goodman,
charged with the murder of Colonel Par
sons of Natural Bridge, Va., brought in a
verdict of not guilty.
Friday, June 19, 1S04, the startling in
telligence was received in this city that
Colonel 11. C. Parsons, builder of the
Richmond and Allegheny railroad, and
the owner of the natural bridge property
and a man of national reputation, had
been shot and instantly killed by T. A.
Goodman, a conductor on the James
river division of the Chesapeake and Ohio
railway, in the lobby of Glady's inn, at
Clilton rorge, V. Goodman and Par
sons bad been on bad terms for years.
Parsons claiming that Goodman hod been
rude and cruel in his treatment of Miss
Parsons, a daughter of the colonel.
Parsons wrote to the Chesapeake and
Ohio officials complaining of Goodman's
conduct and disclosed thut the conduc
tor's manner was offensive, and reflecting
upon his morality. The letter of Parsons
was unsigned, but the absence of the sig
nature was conceded to have been an In
tentianol omission, as there was every in
dication in the letter that it was from
Parsons. Goodman called Parsons out
of the lobby, showed him a copy of the
letter, asked if he was the author, to
which P.trsons replied In the affirmative.
Goodman demanded a retraction which
Parsons declined to make, and Goodman
then shot him down and killed him.
Goodman made the plea of self-defense.
Peddler Murdered aad Robbed.
BfiAUFORO, Pa., March 18. Max Sam
uels, a peddler, was murdered and robbed
near this place. Ho hod a ack contain
ing several hundred dollars' worth of
jewelry, besides a large sum of money.
He was credited with doing a large busi
ness among I ho miners and always car
ried a big roll of cash. His body was
found under a railroad bridgo near here.
His pack Wat (rune as was his money and
watch. His head was split open from
car to ear. There is no clmv to the mur
derers. Cwafeaard to lalauticide.
Kldora. la., March 14 S.gil Dearth
of Iowa Falls has just made a confession
which implicates him and his wife in the
murder of thuir child, which was buried
at Haskell, 1.x Dearth is a young man
about 35 Tears of age, and he has lived in
Iowa Full sotno time. Sheriff Odell of
Delaware county has the man and woman
Cot His Throat from Car to Ear.
' Viscexse-s Ind , March 18. Henry
Bartholomew, foreman and a large stock
holder of th Enterprise Stove foundry of
this city, cut his inruat from ear to ear.
No cause is known for the act.
Ma Murdrrrrs Ittspitotf.
Jeffe::sos Citt. Ma, March IS. Gov
em or Stone has granted respites to Six
murderers and one rapist, condemned b)r
the supreme court to be hanged March 21A
The respites extend to April xu. The
men granted a new lease of life are:
Kaiser and Hecx, William Taylor and
James Murray, 1st. Louis; Ei Murray,
Gasconade county; Toseph Burroes.
alias Joe Dusty, rapist, St. Joseph; Jamee
Crisp, ebster caunty.
Fish Acalaw Frateeattlea,
ASM AeboB, Mich., March 18 The
high school authorities have renewed
their war on the fraternities among the
students, threatening suspension or for
feiture of diploma. The reason for this
severe treatment is the dissipation and
poor scholarship said to be caused by
these secrst societies. The students
threaten to carry the matter into the
Bad rid Mtstsspti Otace Wrecked.
Madrid, March 18. An attack was
made at midnight by army officers on the
offieeof the newspaper El Globo. The
manager and other employes of toe pa
per were wounded, and the plant wrecked
before the mob waa dispersed. The pa
per is Opportunist In politics, the organ
ul benor castetar.
. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAM.
People at Mystic Conn., Insist that Dr.
Braves (tha alleged poison of Mrs.
BarnabyX who Ob mitted suicide as sup
posed in the jail an Denver, did not com
mit suicide at all. but la alive and free.
Denver officials say that la nonsense, as
the body of the suicide was fully identified
as that of Graves.
Two hundred thousand bootmakers are
Idle In England as the result of a strike
tor higher wages.
The decision of the New York court giv
ing Erastus Wiman a new trial will be ap
pealed by the state.
An incendiary fire, the fifth within a
short time, destroyed 833,000 worth of
property at Algona, Ia., and the local
military company is now doing volunteer
United States Mine Inspector Flem
ing, of Utah, says the White Ash coal
mine explosion at Ccrrilloa, N. M., waa
caused by men going into an abandoned
chamber with naked lights, and not by
lack of ventilation, as alleged by the cor
Slatln Bey, an Austrian who, while
doing duty as an Kgyptian officer, was
captured by the Mahdi at the time Gordon
was taken, has escaped from Khartoum
and a.-rived at Cairo. The Mahdi still
holds a large number of European prison
The lord mayor of London, Sir Joseph
Renals, has accepted the honorary presi
dency of the .London Baso Boll associa
tion. Frederick Marcott was fatally hurt and
his son, aged 12, was instantly killei by
the breaking of a rope lire escape they
were exhibiting at Duluth to a large
crowd, including a party of state legis
lators. Hereafter about half the roads entering
St. Louis will cross the Mississippi on the
Merchants' bridge and get to the Union
station by an elevated railway, instead of
through the Cimmerian gloom or the tun
nel. Matt Curtis, at Pueblo, Cola, threw a
loaded revolver carelessly on a trunk in
his room. It went off and his wife, r retta
Compton, a variety actress, is dead.
While Catillos Sancod was asleep, at
the City of Mexico, Maris Garcia, out of a
desire for revenge, drenched him with pe
troleum and set him on fire, resulting in
the awful death of San cod.
A boy in the gallery of the Adler thea
ter, 104 Bowery, New York, struck a'
match during the matinee performance.
Somebody yelled fire, and there was a
panic that narrowly escaped being a terri
There is a notable gathering of promi
nent Republicans at Thomasville, Ga.,
with a sprinkling of eminent editors.
Governor Me Kin ley is the star of the occa
sion, and among the editors are MedilL of
the Chicago Tribune, and Lawson, of tha
The trunk belonging to John L. Sulli
van which was seized at Jacksonville,
Fin., when John's theatrical company
went to pieces, was sold by a constable
for $4.73, a Salvation Army man getting
it. He will use it as a ' horrible exam
Revolution ia going on in Colombia
and dally battles are being fought, with
tha government generally victorious. A
revolution is being talked up in Hon-
duras and another in Costa Rica, while
Peru Is in the throes of actual civil war
and Brazil lacks much of being peaceful.
Owing to the defalcation of its general
secretary and treasurer the American
Church Missionary society will likely go
out of business and turn over its remain
ing funds to the general board of mis
sions of the iLpiscopal church.
It is now stated that Lord Rosebery has
been prevailed upon by the British Lib
erals to retain the premiership, which he
was anxious to resign.
President Home from Bis Irnek Hnnt.
Washington, March 18. The president
and party have reached the city on the
lighthouse tender Violet. There were Mr.
Cleveland and Dr. O'Reilly, his physician;
Commander Lamberton, superintendent
of the lighthouse district, and Comman
der Wilde, the secretary of the lighthouse
naval board. Of the ten days the party
was out but two were actually spent in
hunting birds, owing to the weather. In
that time the party shot 10 brant, 41
ducks, aad twelve snipe. Ouly two braoe
of the largest of each were taken from
the vessel. The president looked well,
and said bis outing bad done him good.
Death of Es-Beprrsentatl i Leedom.
Toledo, O., March ia Ex-Congressman
John P. Leedom, once a well-known
figure in the national political field, died
in Toledo at the age of 47 years. Leedom
had Been living here in seclusion for the
post two years at the residence of his sis
ter. Leedom was two terms seargeat-at-artns
of the house. Although entirely in
nocent himself his public career was end
ed by the defalcation of Siloott, his dep
uty, who robbed the funds in his charge of
tl0u,0u0, a good part of the sum being
salaries of representatives.
Was Careless with His Whisky.
KoRWALK, Conn.. March la. William
Havens, of this city, a brakeman oa the
New York, New Haven and Hartford rail
road, went home at night, and placed a
bottle of whisky on the dining room table.
His son James, aged 6, and his little
daughter Marguerite, aged 4, were up be
fore the others next morning, and seeing
the bottle ttyjF drank a large quantity of
its contents. James died in convulsions
and no hopes are entertained for the little
Mlehigaa legislative Notes.
Lassing, March 18. The house killed
a bill providing for the appointment of a
state statistician, and one providing that
the taxation of maritime property shall
be where a transportation company has
its business office. A resolution was
adopted by both houses authorizing the
governor to appoint five commissioners to
represent Michigan at the Mexican inter
Goyaor Deftee tha Legtalata i.
New Yoke, March 18. Justice William
Gay nor, of the supreme court, Brooklyn,
has created a sensation by refusing abso
lutely to appear as a witness before the
assembly committee now Investigating
the recent trolley strike in Brooklyn.
Gaynor said that if they wished to ques
tion him about the Long Island Traction
company they would have to do so
through the mails.
Flak boost la Colorado.
Dubois, March IS. This locality is
covered with snow an Inch deep that is of
a delicate pink hue. An examination un
der a mineral glass showed there' was no
dust or dirt mixed with the snow. There
is much speculation aa to the cause of
the unusual appearance of the snow.
POTATO FARMS FOR POOR.
Bow Tork Charities Coafereaco So Adopt
Kiw York, March IS The New York
charities conference has decided to adopt
the scheme of potato farms for the poor
which was inauguratod by Mayor Pln
gree of Detroit la -it summer with great
success. A committee has been appointed
to carry out the plan on a large scale and
active work has been commenced. The
plan is simply obtaining the use of idle
tracts of land in the city and dividing
them np into patches of one-third of an
acre for each family,. Potatoes for plant
ing and other vegetable seeds will be
furnished. Each man must then attend
to his little farm and all the products are
Mr. William Stelnway has offered the
use of a tract of land containing 200 acres
in Long Island City, ex-Mayor Hewitt
gives a large tract at Inwood, Columbia
collage donates seven acres of its new site
on Morningside Heights. All these offers
were received before any publlo appeal
was made, and it is expected that thou
sands of acres will be tendered when asked
for. New York has a large area of unoc
cupied land. According to a census taken
by Postmaster Dayton through the letter
can-Ties there are J 7, 1.-9 vacant lots, con
taining over 1,000 acres, below West One
Hundred and Forty -firth street and the
Harlem river. In the annexed district
are many thousand acres that the com
mittee expect to bo offered for the sum
Shakespeare's Pension Order a'aeated.
WASHI5GT0S, March 18. Commissioner
Lochren, of the pension office, has filed
an answer in the mandamus case broug ht
by William Shakespeare in which he
states that the order reducing Shakes
peare's pension from t2 to 3) per month
has been vacated and no further action
under this order will be taken.
Increased Wages for Coke Workers.
Cleveland, March is. W. J. Rainey,
of this city, one of the heaviest coke
producers of western Pennsylvania, has
increased the pay of all his employes 16
per cent. This was brought about by an
Increase of 15 per cent, made by the II. C.
The Bath Room tias Beater Again.
Little Rocs, March 18 Miss Edna
Thorn burg, daughter of Hon. George H.
Thornburg, weut into a bath room in the
residence. A few minutes later she was
found dead, having been overcome by gas
escaping from an instantaneous heater.
-A rearfal crank, an awful creak.
My wife ha come to te "
fo ?aid a f neod, one dreary day,
la conndeoce to me.
"Dld'st e'er Inqnire." said I to him
"What pain, and acbes she know?
like as not she tortured br
Some one if woman' woe.
Uterine disorders especially depress ths spirits
and sap the energies and vital force. For these
dirtrecsing complaints, functional irregularities.
unnatural discharges, constant pains, weak back.
lassitude, dulines, tnkini sensations and all
weaknesses, peculiar to women. Dr. Price's
Favorite Freserlptloa is tbe specific
Cor Over fifty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarroea
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
Wbea Baby was sick, we rave her Casloria,
Yfhrn she was a Child, abe cried far Castarfe.
When she became Hiss, she dung to Gastarhv
Wbea she bad Cbill n, sbe Karatbem Castor.
Children Cry for
Coi.vtx, La., Dec. 2, ISSft My v.ife
used " MOTHERS' FRIEND" before
her third confinement, and snya she
would not be without it for hundreds
of dollars. Dock Mills.
Sent hv mnrm n. iw.ll m mmIm a.
ill per bottle. Book "TO MOTJilstLb"
1 mailed free. Bold by all Droits lata.
BBADtrrcxo Rioatttob Co., Atlanta. Ga.
Ertate of Fhllc mon L. Vltcrell, deceased.
The undon-lexcd having been appointed esee
nrors of tr.e laat will and testamentof Philemon L.
Mitchell late of the county of Hock Itland. a Late
of Illinois, dceeaaer), hereby eiveootiie that tbey
will appear before the connty court of hock Inl
and connty. at tbe office of tbe Clark nf said court.
In the rlty of Rock lslnd,at toe May term, on
the first Monday in Bay nez', at which time all
person having claims ajraioat.atd estate are no
lided and reqnerted tosttcud, fjr the purpose of
having the same adjuster).
All person Indebted to said estate are re-
quesiea 10 make immeo ate payment to the on
bated th's 2d day of March. A. D.. 1895.
Babt H. WaD'wobth.
Ext cu tors.
viqoei " nm
Easily, Qaickry, Pww neatly Rwtaretf.
Tfeaknrsa, Nerv oaaweoa,
a avaiaay, ana ait weumia
oi eviia i root early error or
later execssta, the reauliiof
overwork. r4ckneea, worry.
etc tou strength, devel
opment ana tone given to
(every oraan and porton
of the body. Simple, attt-
aral methods, Immerll
i ate Imnrove meat seen.
ImTJosnibla. 2-0ntl reference. Book.
ex p nation and proof mailed (sealed) free.
EKIE KEOICJIL CO., Buffalo, R.Y.
Bora. TJsra tuUomh,br-iaili.ilffclsth-
ataw yoa tMrwn
Ssoaa. ieksa. cad
-mi-. f ooi. poi It wa VP npeo'k of It with t gw earing.
It to mm -oatie t ply the Wot vetaaody for Ifat aad Child
aj aa thorn et. It wfll aa o their H o a. Inxit Ifothom ha o
mammt,tw.r wnico to aoBoJntcly a fo a d proetleally perfect ar
Ca-tor float ye Warm ta.
Caatoria sJlayaFov artssiaaa.
Caotam -rovomta o tttiag Bow- Curst,
Catoa e too Pi-rrfcaaa suad Wfaad Colta.
Caatorim roIleBO TeotJtinug Troobloa.
CsT-tae enoroo Coa-s-trnrntioai aatd FtotwJamey.
Caatorra neatraHnoa tha oBWit of earssnie aeid gma or potaoaoMa alf.
Catas A a wat etafat mmrtlUm, pjwm,wVk autre otie prapot t j.
Catarta - 1twa tko toot, rec tatoa tka atanatach and Iwwela,
' SrfvtwK Wealthy sut matwral aloo-p. . .
Catag to nmt d tm mm also pettloa amly. It to mot sold ia talk.
Post H avUr y onto to poll yota aaaryth K alao o tko plea or proawJno)
that it to "jwt aa gaoA w and "wfll aa or JVry pw oae.w
goo that yarn got O-A-g-T-O-Bt-I-A .
ThoHae- b Ho
Children Cry for
Five P. r Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or. Real Estate Security.
J M Brrt nD, President.
O Demkh jk, Vice President
P GnasMawALT, Cashier.
Began engines Jnlyi. iwj, and occupy the
S. i. cur. ilitcliell Lyude's new building.
T F. BUKKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Reck Island Heating
and PlnrAinz Go.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th St.
Rock Island, UL Tel. No. 1388
Sole Acents for the Fannan.
All kinds of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
I. F.BoaaariaLP. Toa Bosaa atu.
Plumbers, Stem, Gas Fitters,
Honse Heatinrz and Sanitary numbing. Basement Rock Island Nat. Bank
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
Shop on Vina Street -
1 .w diaeovsry.
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For sale by T. H. Thomas. Drufcjrist, sole aecnt. Rock Island. 111.
J0H1 8CHAFE1T Pr -pne or.
M01 8ec:nd Avennr, Cornar of Stx'ercta tract - opposite H-- reft Ttettra
The choicest Wine, Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on hand
Free Loach every Say.
ob jt iiifr mmm bbu
lis, aki-makca or
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A 1 TOTAC- arra,-
For sale by llarta & Ullemeyer, 301
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